Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/13/2012 -- As the economy continues to be on the shaky side, the sad reality is that many people are struggling to pay their bills.
While many companies and doctor’s offices try to work with their clients, customers, and patients to work out payment schedules that will work for everybody, in some cases, bills are never paid and the business owner must turn the account over to a collection agency.
But doing this is not an easy decision for most people; many are reluctant to use collection agencies to collect a bad debt because they are concerned about what will happen to their reputation, what the customers or patients will think of them, and how the collection agency will treat their clients.
A website has been creating quite a buzz lately for helping business owners and managers get the facts they need about using collection agencies.
CollectionAgency.Info offers a free collection of information, including sample collection letters and articles about debt collection laws. It also features free collection agency quotes from multiple, pre-screened Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) and HIPAA compliant collection agencies.
“We are committed to finding the freshest and relevant recovery collection agency information for you from multiple sources including industry publications and expert authors,” an article on the website said.
“We have high standards and we want you to recover your money as quickly as possible.”
Professional collection agencies definitely exist; CollectionAgency.Info is devoted to helping its clients find them so they can both recover their money and keep their customers.
Using the website is easy; simply log onto the home page and begin reading through the helpful articles about collection agencies, debt collection laws, and much more. Visitors to the site who would like to take advantage of the free quote can fill out a quick, easy and private application form. Different tabs across the top of the home page help people find the specific information on collection agencies that they are looking for.
For example, selecting “Collection Letter Samples” brings up another page filled with useful advice on how to write such a letter, as well as a wide variety of sample templates, including “First Reminder Good Customer,” “Second Notice 60 Days Late,” and “Medical Collection Letter.”
CollectionAgency.Info’s goal is to provide free and accurate information on collection agencies, debt collection laws and best practices for in-house collections. The website features a variety of free articles, information about FDCPA and HIPAA laws, and the opportunity to receive collection agency quotes from reputable companies. For more information, please visit http://collectionagency.info